Bulleid light pacific Nº34076 41 Squadron and train pulling out of Padstow station, thought to be during July or August 1964.

Bulleid light pacific 41 Squadron and train pulling out of Padstow station, thought to be during July or August

Royal Train, 1913

Royal Train pulled by a two Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway steam locomotives at Chorley, Lancashire,

David Heys steam diesel photo collection - 53 - RAIL CAMERAMAN GREENWOOD

David Heys steam diesel photo collection - 53 - RAIL CAMERAMAN GREENWOOD

Manchester Victoria & Exchange, with train-spotters - 1960

Westbound express entering Manchester Victoria/Exchange, with train-spotters, 1960

No. 2001 Cock o' the North hauls a huge train, the job she was designed for.

2001 Cock o' the North hauls a huge train, the job she was designed for.

GWR - Gloucestershire's mainline heritage railway - 9Fs past and present

GWR - Gloucestershire's mainline heritage railway - past and present

LMS Claughton Class 4-6-0 5910 'J A Bright' at Crewe South.

LMS Claughton Class 4-6-0 5910 'J A Bright' at Crewe South.

In September 1915, the Highland Railway took delivery of two new locomotives - ‘River Ness’ and ‘River Tay’. It quickly became apparent that they were too heavy to run on much of the company’s track and both engines, along with four more which had been ordered, were sold to the Caledonian Railway. Frederick Smith, the Highland’s Chief Mechanical Engineer, was forced to resign over the debacle

In September 1915, the Highland Railway took delivery of two new locomotives - ‘River Ness’ and ‘River Tay’. It quickly became apparent that they were too heavy to run on much of the company’s track and both engines, along with four more which had been ordered, were sold to the Caledonian Railway. Frederick Smith, the Highland’s Chief Mechanical Engineer, was forced to resign over the debacle

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